Ketils saga hængs


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Mitchell, Stephen A. "The Supernatural and the fornaldarsögur: The Case of Ketils saga hængs." In Fornaldarsagaerne: Myter og virkelighed; Studier i de oldislandske "fornaldarsögur Norðurlanda", edited by Agneta Ney, Ármann Jakobsson and Annette Lassen, 281-298. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum, 2009.*
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